China-Related Cross-Border Trade Dispute Resolution
China-Related Cross-Border Trade Dispute Resolution

Why You Need to Know Chinese Supplier’s Legal Name in Chinese?

Due to linguistic specificities of the Chinese language, different companies’ names in Chinese, according to their pronunciation, may be spelled exactly the same in English. It will be difficult for you to make a claim or collect a debt.

What Are the Requirements for Bankruptcy in China?

A Chinese enterprise may go bankrupt if both of the following conditions are met: first, it fails to pay its debts as they fall due; and second, its assets are inadequate to pay off all debts or it is clearly insolvent.

Investors of China’s Bonds: Go Ahead and Sue As Your Foreign Court Judgement Can Be Enforced in China

If there is a default on the bonds whose debtors or guarantors are based in mainland China, you can initiate an action before a court outside China and enforce the judgment in China.

[WEBINAR] Italy-China Debt Collection

Monday, 24 October 2022, 10:00-11:00 Rome Time (GMT+2)/16:00-17:00 Beijing time (GMT+8)

Laura Cinicola, Head of International Practice, Partner of Lab Law (Italy), and Chenyang Zhang, Partner of Tian Yuan Law Firm (China), will share their insights on debt collection in Italy and China. It all comes down to how to make use of the practical strategies, methods, and tools which we will explore together with you.

[WEBINAR] Portugal-China Debt Collection: Enforcing Foreign Judgments

Tuesday, 11 October 2022, 10:00-11:00 Lisbon Time (GMT+1)/17:00-18:00 Beijing Time (GMT+8)

Tiago Fernandes Gomes, Lawyer of SLCM (Portugal), and Chenyang Zhang, Partner of Tian Yuan Law Firm (China), will talk about the ins and outs on how to enforce your foreign judgments in Portugal and China, a worthwhile approach that is often overlooked in cross-border debt collection.

Collecting Debts from Chinese Corporate Debtors: Better to Have Its Actual Controller Act as Guarantor in Advance

It is intended to prevent the company’s shareholders from escaping liabilities by hiding under the corporate veil of limited liability.